What is responsibility and why does it matter?
Responsibility is being accountable, the pursuit of excellence, and the exercise of self-control.
“The next time you find yourself trying to decide between your phone and your chores, remember that responsibility is your choice!” Dorie Kiesbuy, 2016 Woodland Middle School 6th Grader. PACE guest columnist October 2016.
“A responsible person accepts the consequences of their own actions and decisions. They consciously make decisions that seek to improve themselves or to help others.” Verne Reed, PACE President and guest columnist October 2019.
CREATE A CHARACTER MOMENT WITH YOUR FAMILY
TALK – use this prompt to start a conversation with your family about this month’s character trait, which is aligned with your child’s school PACE character education program.
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CREATE A CHARACTER MOMENT WITH YOUR FAMILY DO AN ACTIVITY TOGETHER ABOUT THIS MONTH’S TRAIT, WHICH IS ALIGNED WITH YOUR CHILD’S SCHOOL PACE CHARACTER EDUCATION PROGRAM.
DO – explore this month’s character trait through this engagement activity:
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Below are three easy ideas to stimulate family conversation and activity to explore character concepts, aligned with your child’s school PACE character education program.
October – Responsibility
Living a set of values which included honesty, respect for others,...
October’s character trait, responsibility, is defined as “Being accountable, the pursuit of excellence, and the exercise of self‐control.” During these challenging times of the COVID pandemic, many of us are faced with competing responsibilities. How can we sort through these multiple,...Read More